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- In 1998, he moved to the Allison Legacy Series, and won five races during the course of the season.
- After eight years, he moved to Allison Legacy Series, where he became the youngest top rookie.
- That same year, he began competing in the Allison Legacy Series.
- He moved up to stock car competition in 2010, competing in the Allison Legacy Series with sponsorship from England Stove Works.
- Malcolmson originally started the team in the Allison Legacy Series as a driver before retiring as an owner.
- Afterward, Hill raced in Legend cars, the Allison Legacy Series, the K&N Pro Series East and the ARCA Racing Series.
- One year later, Hill began racing Legend cars and in the Allison Legacy Series.
- He won the championship in the purple plate class in his second year of competition, later racing Allison Legacy Series cars after go karts.
- He became the Great Lakes Allison Legacy Series Rookie of the Year in 2000, and followed up the championship by winning the series in 2001.
- He was also Allison Legacy Series National and Regional championship along with Rookie of the Year in his very first full season in the series in 2001.
- He later moved up to bandolero racing and the Allison Legacy Series, in which he claimed the 2011 national championship.
- Sutton would not race again until 1997 in the Allison Pennsylvania Legacy Series.
- He then competed in the Allison Legacy Series in 1997.
- In 2009, when he was 15, he competed in the Allison Legacy Series, winning a race and finishing fourth in the championship standings.
- After competing in the 2012 Snowball Derby, starting second and finishing tenth, Nemechek won the 2012 Allison Legacy Series championship, winning 15 of the season's 18 races.
- Legends and Allison Legacy Series cars also use sealed crate motors.
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